Empowering full-duplex wireless communication by exploiting directional diversity

  title={Empowering full-duplex wireless communication by exploiting directional diversity},
  author={Evan Everett and Melissa Duarte and Chris Dick and Ashutosh Sabharwal},
  journal={2011 Conference Record of the Forty Fifth Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems and Computers (ASILOMAR)},
The use of directional antennas in wireless networks has been widely studied with two main motivations: 1) decreasing interference between devices and 2) improving power efficiency. We identify a third motivation for utilizing directional antennas: pushing the range limitations of full-duplex wireless communication. A characterization of full-duplex performance in the context of a base station transmitting to one device while receiving from another is presented. In this scenario, the base… CONTINUE READING
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